Parks Victoria’s award winning accessible nature based tourism can be experienced at Wilsons Promontory National Park.

To make it easier for people with limited mobility to see the accessible experiences on offer, Parks Victoria has released this video - produced and narrated by park visitor Ryan Smith, who uses a wheelchair.

Ryan provides a first-hand account showcasing and reviewing the accessible features and facilities of the park and providing practical information that visitors with low mobility may require. The video focuses on the accessible Loo-Errn walking track, access to Norman Beach and accessible park accommodation. It also includes information on visitor equipment available to borrow free of charge at Tidal River in the park, such as the beach wheelchairs, the all-terrain TrailRider chair and accommodation equipment. The aim of the video is to inspire visitors with all abilities to get out to parks and connect with nature, to gain the many health and wellbeing benefits.

Watch as accessibility advocate Ryan Smith details the all abilities access and experiences on offer at the park.

Find out more about accessible accommodation, beach wheelchairs, all-terrain wheelchair, the TrailRider, and much more - all are available from the Visitor Information Centre at Tidal River.

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